Gerry Hedgcock has been with Crow Holdings Capital since 2003 and is responsible for leading the firm’s acquisition efforts of market rate multifamily product in the Southeastern United States and provides oversight of the firm’s national multifamily portfolio. He is also responsible for national production and oversight of the firm’s senior housing investment strategy.
Gerry serves as a member of the firm’s Build-to-Hold Investment Committee, a long term multifamily development vehicle in partnership with Trammell Crow Residential. He received a B.B.A. degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas and is an active member of the National Multi-Housing Council (NMHC), The Real Estate Council (TREC), the SMU Folsum Institute, Urban Land Institute (ULI), National Investment Center (NIC), and the American Senior Housing Association (ASHA).
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